Simon Martin: Your Town – One Year On

Photographer Simon Martin returns, one year on, to turn No.34 into a temporary portrait studio, as part of his ongoing project about Sittingbourne – Your Town.
The resulting photographs will be exhibited at No.34 throughout December and into January 2018. 

Performance: Replay – Philippa Wall

Replay is a performance and an exhibition. On Saturday 4 November, Philippa will use the window at No 34 like a camera lens, playing with ideas of being hidden and being visible. The exhibition can be seen throughout November at No.34.

Exhibition: Replay – Philippa Wall

Replay is an exhibition and performance. Philippa will use the window at No 34 like a camera lens, playing with ideas of being hidden and being visible.

Enbosu – new work by Wendy Daws

Wendy Daws new art work Enbosu (‘to emboss’ in Japanese) explores the concept of memory and interpretation through touch.  Enbosu is a rare tactile, texture rich exhibition.  You are actively invited to touch and feel the work.   The marks made by your fingers give the work new life, adding a layer of story to its existence. It gives us a unique insight into Wendy’s fascination with materials, and her interest in sight loss and the experiences of visually impaired artists.

Seldom Seen – Exhibition by Alison Blackburn

In this solo exhibition Alison Blackburn reveals the intricate workings behind her body of work, ’28days’, which she is preparing for ‘SICK! Living with invisible illness’ a group exhibition showing in Medway this August.

Wild Namibia: Desert Photographs

Taken over 10 days travelling with 10 women on The Matriarch Adventure: Cassandra’s images share the vastness and detail of her journey through the Namibian wilderness.